Consultation on change to RIP interception definition
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Tue Nov 9 21:21:09 GMT 2010
In article <GGmSXGWvbV2MFA7N at highwayman.com>, Richard Clayton
<richard at highwayman.com> writes
>There is a brand new consultation from the Home Office which aims to fix
>the deficiencies in UK interception law that were identified as a result
>of the Phorm debacle...
>... viz: removing the defence of reasonably believing you have
>permission to intercept [modifying 3(1)]
>and giving the Interception of Communications Commissioner a new power
>to impose a civil penalty for intercepting without such permission [they
>think that maybe the police wouldn't be consistent -- and if BT broke
>the law again then there would be 52 parallel investigations, hmmm isn't
>this devolved so should be 47?]...
Too late to suggest they take a look at the doormat issues I suppose?
(ie when does an email become no longer in transmission, in any sense)
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